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be made what they reaped from using lance armstrong exceeded $30 million, or the treble damages -- >> by the way, lance armstrong is the least of the post office's problems. >> major financial problems, yes, sir. >> i do wonder how other sponsors and other people are going to come out and say, you lied, and you did me harm. what will be the definition of harm done where you, for example, you take up a client's case. >> you're tarnished. you supported lance armstrong and believed in him, and in your contract it said there was an antidoping clause or a moral clause. we want to attach our brand with good, upstanding citizens, not drug addicts and that's what their argument is going to be. >> they're going to argue interior back, a lot of them would want to dissort themselves. >> a lot of people invested in him. there's been settlements to prove he didn't dope, to protect him. there was a libel suit -- >> people raised money -- >> of course. it's ridiculous. >> he is supposedly worth $100 million. i also know he took out a home equity loan on one 0 of his homes for a million dollar
is unraveling over an admission. an interview in which lance armstrong tells oprah winfrey he is a cheat. he is stripped of his olympic medal. next, angline what happens now? >> his legal team advised him, go on to oprah, give a faith, soft confession; i don't think you'll see him admit to specific guilt, but i think, as reports have indicated, that he is in talks with the federal government, and this confession, coupled with the five million offer he made, is something to -- >> what five million dollar offer to whom? >> to the federal government. >> have a look at that and say, you have to -- >> but coupled with a confession it has more value and that's something we have to think. >> what are you thinking? >> i don think his inspirational yellow bracelets may turn into silver handcuffs. i don't think he is running to jail. but the litany of people that have standing to file suit against him -- we've seen the huge whistle blower case. the u.s. postal service has been defrauded of 60 million, taxpayer money. >> defrauded in what sense? >> sponsored the team. sponsored lance's team for four
to forgive their heroes but lance armstrong has gone too far. >> neil: thank you very much. >> have i ever, hit you on the side of the head and they are right there and live and well. think, i think, it was my mom. b. but, dad, you've got... [ voice of dennis ] allstate. with accident forgiveness, they guarantee your rates won't go up just because of an accident. smart kid. [ voice of dennis ] indeed. are you in good hands? .. ♪ >> neil: he wants for nothing but complains about everything. about children who never call him. even though they do a lot. neighbors he insists are out to get him, even though they are not. angry and alone. he just sits and stews. and this night i stopped by, man oh, man is he loaded for bear. he is seething over a delivery guy who apparently left his mailbox open and refused to close it. can you believe that he tells me. second time this month. well, i'm sure it was an accident, i tried to tell him. he is hearing none of it. he proceeds to rattle off the theory of similar slights, all silly and stupid and sad. what happened no this guy? he is in a well when my
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